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Travel Blogs from Phangnga
... We were at Bansenarangsan school in Takua Pa Old Town. The area was an interesting one and Sunny had promised that after lessons we could have a look around. This plan had to be shelved though as it was hammering down with rain and so we drove straight back to Khao Lak.
It had stopped raining when I went out to eat later but all the restaurants seemed quiet. I’m sure there had been a lot more visitors in the town this time last year. Maybe ...
... but none are inside. Of course people try to sell you food to feed the monkeys. Anyway, if you have never been close to a monkey before, here's a place to get that monkey vibe.
Inside the main cave, the dominant figure is the large reclining Buddha. There are a number of other Buddha images too and a big Chedi which contains bones of the Na Takuathung family who were the local governors about 160 years ago and who arranged for ...
... and found a supermarket and stocked up on the essential beers and water for the fridge and came back to relax on the loungers on the sand. I've had real trouble this afternoon trying to decide between the sea or the pool to cool off as they are both equidistance. The pool usually wins as there are a few sharp shells on the way to the sea. There was a nice young chap by the pool doing what seemed like cleaning all the stones around the pool, everyone seems to have ...
... as the sun was setting before catching a taxi back to the hotel.
We were shattered and I just wanted to get a pizza and go to bed early but Ted called us and said they wanted to meet up for a final drink as we are leaving tomorrow. They wanted us to walk right down to them again; we said we'd meet them half way. Hazel could barely walk. She put her arm out to help me but it was more for her I think. There was some more live music ...
After a 3.5 hour journey South travelling an average of 80/90mph we arrive at our destination, Phangnga. After reading of a beautiful bay we stop off for lunch after checking in to a guesthouse. Here we meet 3 fellow travellers from Melbourne who also are in search of the bay. We hop aboard into the back of a wooden backed Datsun and explain we want to see the ...
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